Inflo, a leading global provider of financial data analytics and AI software to the accounting profession has received Technology Accreditation by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).
Covering a range of products for members working in both practice and industry, ICAEW’s Accreditation scheme gives accountancy firms access to reliable and independently evaluated Technology products, helping them to choose the best software solution for their requirements.
The accreditation process entails an independent evaluation that scrutinises the capabilities of the software, access and security, usability and data processing and reporting whilst ensuring that the company is financially sound and offers strong customer support.
Mark Edmondson, CEO, Inflo said: “We are delighted that after robust evaluation of our software, we have received this ICAEW accreditation. As the pace of digitisation and adoption of technology increases, accounting practitioners are looking to technology to improve client delivery, driving both quality and efficiencies. Achieving this accreditation builds on the other initiatives we are working with the ICAEW on”.
Inflo and ICAEW are already working together to bring the practical use of emerging technologies into the ACA qualification process later this year. ICAEW’s member firms can also gain free access to Inflo’s market-leading solution.
Craig McLellan, manager of the ICAEW Technology Accreditation Scheme, commented: “We are delighted that Inflo has been accredited by the ICAEW. It is important that we continue to give members the ability to review independently evaluated software that embraces the changes in technology which is reshaping the finance and accountancy markets.
Inflo’s founders are also ICAEW members themselves. They global team they have built consists of former auditors and accountants who deliver best-in-class strategic support to customers seeking to leverage technology.
Mark went on to say: “The challenges around COVID-19 have changed and will change the way we work in the future. It is vital firms have access to the tools and technologies they need to continue to perform their services effectively, from where ever and whenever.”